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Old 10-20-2020, 03:39 PM   #9
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Def following. A rarity to see a dynasty with the likes of BC. Same reason I chose the 'Boys.
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Old 10-20-2020, 03:57 PM   #10
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BC. Interesting choice, don't think I've ever seen them done. Following

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Old 10-20-2020, 09:56 PM   #11
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Looking forward to seeing what you can do with BC! Definitely tough recruiting grounds up in the northeast looking talent, so you have your work cut out for you. Excited to see another ACC dynasty.
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Old 10-21-2020, 10:44 AM   #12
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Looking forward to seeing what you can do with BC! Definitely tough recruiting grounds up in the northeast looking talent, so you have your work cut out for you. Excited to see another ACC dynasty.
Thanks moose! Your Pitt chise definitely was an influence for me in starting this up. Recruiting is going to be a chore for sure, but I'm looking forward to the challenge.

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Always fun to do something new. I wanted to pick a team that was: A) in a fun conference to play in. B) doesn't have a stacked roster. C) 3-star or lower prestige... BC happened to fit all those.

Tbh I'm not very good and get frustrated playing through a season with a super scrubby team like Akron or Rice.


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Old 10-21-2020, 11:35 AM   #13
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Meet The Eagles: Previewing the offense

BC is looking for a culture change as they enter the 2003 season -- evident by the controversial hiring of first-time head coach Garvin Kemdichi IV. Kemdichi, not really known for any specific game plan tendencies at the moment, will have his hands full getting this team up to speed. It will be exciting to watch what the coach has in store, but we're guessing he'll be getting his star tailback the ball more often than not. Outside of RB Derrick Knight, the Eagle offense isn't intimidating by any means, so discipline and team execution will be crucial.

Without further ado, let's meet the key players on offense:




QB Paul Peterson (RS Jr.)
Standing 6-foot-nothin' at 77 OVR, Peterson gets the nod to start the season as BC's QB1. He's got a good pocket presence with decent enough speed (62 SPD) and throws an accurate (77 THP, 83 THA) ball to hit the open receiver. But just because he has the credentials to excel doesn't mean his position is cemented.

Backup Quinton Porter (Jr.) is ready to step in should Peterson struggle. Hot on Peterson's heels, Porter boasts a 6-4 frame and the same 77 OVR rating, though he's a step slower (51 SPD) and a tad less accurate of a thrower (81 THP, 79 THA).




HB Derrick Knight (RS Sr.)
The 5-9 senior back is the star of the offense. A team-best 90 OVR, Knight will be fed the ball early and often. He's got mediocre hands (65 CTH), mediocre speed (85 SPD, 84 AGI), and will shed tackles at a mediocre rate (75 BTK), but he is a patient runner and should be able to find holes that most other tailbacks in the nation wouldn't.

Horace Dodd (RS Sr.) will get a few carries to spell Knight throughout the game. He's a similar back, but not quite as good (77 OVR), not as fast (78 SPD, 75 AGI), and seemingly has hands of stone (59 CTH), so don't expect him to be the typical change-of-pace back this role is desperately calling for.

FB Greg Toal (RS Sr.)
At fullback is the 71 OVR redshirt-senior Toal. At 5-11, 225 pounds, the hefty block-first back will be expected to do just that. As pretty much a glorified lineman, Toal won't see many opportunities to make skill plays outside of a few short yard carries and the desperate check-down reception here and there.




WR Grant Adams (RS Jr.)
Adams, 77 OVR, is the possession receiver of the crew (76 CTH). He won't blaze past anyone (84 SPD), but he has good footwork and decent route running abilities. At 6-0, he isn't the biggest target, but he has some decent bunnies and can compete for jump balls at a good clip.

WR Joel Hazard (RS Jr.)
Alongside Adams is Joel Hazard, 74 OVR. Hazard is a few inches shorter than his counterpart, standing at just 5-9. And while you would think he'd be a much quicker weapon, he's only a step faster (85 SPD) than Adams. His hands are pretty average (72 CTH), so expect some drops.

Speaking of drops, freshman slot receiver Kevin Challenger (69 OVR) will be on the field purely because of his speed (91 SPD), which will hopefully make up for his butter fingers (67 CTH).

Lastly, freshman receiver Jason Lily (64 OVR) is also expected to see some targets. He has great size at 6-2, 200 pounds, though lacks the speed (76 SPD) and hands (67 CTH) necessary to be counted on regularly right now. He needs a little time to develop before he sees the field on a consistent basis.

TE Sean Ryan (RS Sr.)
At tight end is the 6-5 senior, Sean Ryan (83 OVR). Ryan enters the season as a good receiving option for the BC quarterbacks with semi-decent speed (68 SPD) and hands (75 CTH). Boasting a pretty balanced skillset, he should see the field plenty and act as a good short-yard target in the passing game, especially in the red zone.

The Big Uglies
The offensive line is average at best with two sophomores, two seniors, and one junior slotting in the starter spots:

LT Jeremy Trueblood (So.) - 6'9", 295 lbs, 74 OVR
RG Chris Snee (RS Jr.) - 6'2", 305 lbs, 79 OVR
C Pat Ross (So.) - 6'4", 280 lbs, 79 OVR
RG Augie Hoffman (RS Sr.) - 6'2", 305 lbs, 79 OVR
RT Keith Leavitt (RS Sr.) - 6'6", 345 lbs, 74 OVR

There are some potential bright spots here in the likes of Trueblood and Ross. The two sophomores will be mainstays on this line for the next few years, which bodes well for the future. While the two seniors are on their way out, they won't be terribly missed. This mix makes for a big building year for the Eagles front line.

Strategy-wise, this line is pretty balanced. The middle is a bit stronger than the tackles, so expect the ball to be punched up the gut in crunch time with Knight running through the A-gaps.

Next up: Previewing the defense, of course!

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Really like the team preview so far. Look like you got 2 Recruiting Class's to find your next QB and some solid WR replacements, with this year focusing on finding a talented Tailback to take over the run game and rebuild that right side of the line.

Like Moose said recruiting will be tough but I bet you can find some gems out there somewhere wanting to stretch their wings and fly.
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Old 10-21-2020, 03:18 PM   #15
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That layout is incredible, love it! I'm assuming these are real roster names (at least for BC), because I randomly recognize the Greg Toal name. Knight is going to be fed a lot this season, should he remain healthy.
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Old 10-21-2020, 05:05 PM   #16
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Really like the team preview so far. Look like you got 2 Recruiting Class's to find your next QB and some solid WR replacements, with this year focusing on finding a talented Tailback to take over the run game and rebuild that right side of the line.

Like Moose said recruiting will be tough but I bet you can find some gems out there somewhere wanting to stretch their wings and fly.
I'll definitely be looking for a QB this year. In my eyes, that is the most important position on the field, so any chance I get, I'm going to take in order to have good talent behind center.

Hopefully there are some good playmakers out there at rb and wr, like you said. It's going to be interesting for sure.


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That layout is incredible, love it! I'm assuming these are real roster names (at least for BC), because I randomly recognize the Greg Toal name. Knight is going to be fed a lot this season, should he remain healthy.
Thanks a lot man, really appreciate it! Yes, the names are real. Probably about 95% accurate (which is pretty good!), as I'm playing ncaa 04 and there weren't many resources around that I could find.

Having guys like Eli, Phil Rivers, and Big Ben is super cool to see, so I'm enjoying it.
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